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From Grant Ingersoll <>
Subject Re: AC 2010 Draft Blurb
Date Wed, 24 Mar 2010 14:38:49 GMT
Hoss, I think you are right.  We can send them both blurbs, that way they have them.  I notice
Sally has put out a Biz. Track CFP already.   I'll submit both (with the edits)


On Mar 23, 2010, at 2:33 PM, Chris Hostetter wrote:

> : Riffing off of last years...  Could use a little more meat, IMO, but I don't think
my brain is on yet.
> I got the sense from Norin's email that what they're really looking for at 
> this time is a "vision" statement of what we intend/expect the Lucene 
> track to be like.  This feels like a good marketing blub to entice/impress 
> perspective attendees, whereas i think what would be ideal for now is a 
> blurb intended to entice/impress the confrence organizers.
> Perhaps we should focus more on the type of info in your second paragraph 
> -- stressing the type of track we hope to have, and the expected audience 
> (and audience sizes) ?
> Off the cuff here...
> ---
> Based on size of hte LUcene community, and the success of the Lucene track 
> at previous confrences, we believes there is sufficient intrest in a 
> two-day track of sessions focusing on the broader Lucene Ecosystem 
> (Solr, Nutch, Tika, Mahout, Lucene-Java, and Lucene ports to other 
> langauges) ...
> * Day #1: Focusing on introductory material for beginer and 
>   novice users of Lucene products.  These types of talks have 
>   routinely been "standing room only" at previous confrences.
>   (In rooms with 100+ chairs)
>   - High level introduction to the Lucene Ecosystem
>   - Deep dives and demonstrations of the features of various 
>     Lucene (and related) products: Lucene-Java, Solr, Nutch, Tika, 
>     (and Mahout?)
> * Day #2: Focusing on more detailed topics, that will appeal to more 
>   experienced Users.  While these types of talks generally attract 
>   smaller more niche audiences then the introductory talks, they 
>   generally still well attented.
>   - In depth case studies of using one or more Lucene products
>   - Discussions of advanced techniques for utilizing Lucene 
>     products to solve novel problems
>   - emonstrations of lesser known features
> -Hoss

Grant Ingersoll

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